this is more accurate than a gas engine to a diesel.No,.....more like comparing a Silverado with a 4.8 and a 5.3!^^^That's like saying a 5.3 liter Silverado pickup is just as capable as my Duramax Silverado. I mean, the only difference is the engine. NOT!!! Not sure where penis size fits into the equation..... :hmmm:
Actually, comparing a gas engine to a diesel engine is an accurate comparison for the 550 -vs- 850. I wouldn't expect you to understand since you didn't understand my last post either.this is more accurate than a gas engine to a diesel.No,.....more like comparing a Silverado with a 4.8 and a 5.3!^^^That's like saying a 5.3 liter Silverado pickup is just as capable as my Duramax Silverado. I mean, the only difference is the engine. NOT!!! Not sure where penis size fits into the equation..... :hmmm:
You might want to consult with someone about your penis fixation. Starting to make folks wonder......?? onder:I'm sorry, but for me, money will always be part of the equation, why buy a machine for more, when I can get the same thing for less? thats more money for aftermarket parts to make the machine my own. and why buy an 850, when I can buy a 550 for less money, have a machine that is just as capable, lighter, and cost less to use? again, more money in my pocket for other things. So I can only go Mach 4 instead of Mach 5. Where I ride, and the people I ride with thats a non issue because 90% of the riding is tight trails that keep speed down. Top speed really isn't a priority for me. Granted I like drifting around corners as much as the next guy, but you don't needs a huge machine to do that. for the way I ride, and this is different than a lot of people I get that, getting the biggest machine possible is just a way to say "Hey, I've got more money than sense and by extention from the size of the machine I bought my penis is bigger because if it." Just like buying the biggest truck possible and throwing a lift and oversized tires, but NEVER driving it in anything that would come remotely close to needing those things. I can only speak from the experiences that I've had. and since I don't feel any need to increase the size of my package I see no need to buy a big machine.
what's the phrase, "Talk softly, and carry a big stick"